Hey there, so first time grow, it is legal now where I live, and I actually found two seeds in an oz. of Blue Dream. My inner middle school science geek came out and I threw them in a ziploc bag with some paper towels, and let it chill in warm, dark place. One sprouted and so so I grabbed a small orchid pot that I had, did minimal research, ended up buying some coconut coir and perlite, planted the seed and the next day, baby, baby seedling.. I put it under and LED reading like that was not very intense, definitely nowhere near what it should have had. After a week and a half I had barely any growth, was doing more research... Another week and I haven’t had the money to get everything I wanted, but I did do a lot of research in finding some extremely budget friendly ways to get a setup going. Originally I wanted to just make a space tote, but for the cost of the plans I had draw up, my fiancé suggested that I just get a 2x4x4 tent… but I had no clue about nutrients.. I consulted a buddy, who gave me some basic knowledge.. She was super stunted, going into the 4th week, which I’m halfway through, but in an effort to get her into some nutritious soil, I I transplanted into a larger pot with about a 70/30 of happy frog and ocean flower.. I’ve introduced some nutrients into the feeding schedule, have only actually fed once with 1tsp/g of big bloom and grow big… My runoff at that point (11/19) was 6.5.. I don’t test EC or PPM.. Any ways Long story, long: she looks like she finally is starting to have some healthy growth, but it’s taken something to get to this point.. I know the risk of transplanting so young, and into such a large pot, but it seemed necessary, I feel I just have to pay a bit more attention to how I am feeding. I have been putting small amounts just near the plant, and drilled quite a few holes in the pot, hopefully to allow for more oxygen into the soil. Please, any advice or knowledge would be awesome.. I’m interested to learn a bit about LST to maximize my harvest from a single plant.. **Note: none of these photos are from today. I Decided to post this too late to get a photo, she sleep.. so anyone interested stay tuned and you can see what I’ve managed to do from the 3 week old baby yellow seedling (taken on 11/18 I believe) thanks , all!